Recordings ranging from a 1909 gospel recording to the Sex Pistols' epochal punk album are among the 2015 inductees into the Recording Academy's Grammy Hall of Fame. The 27 new inductees, which cut…
Grammy Hall Of Fame
Carole King will be honored as MusiCares’ 2014 Person of the Year at the foundation’s annual gala dinner and concert on Jan. 24, MusiCares prexy Neil Portnow announced on Thursday. The four-time…
Peter Falk will posthumously receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday, honoring a career best remembered for his work on the hit TV show “Columbo.” Stay Tuned Thursday for…
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – 65th Primetime Emmy Award Nominations ****************************************** Best Drama Series “Breaking Bad” – AMC “Downton Abbey” – PBS “Game of Thrones”…
Singer Bobby "Blue" Bland, one of the most prolific R&B and blues hitmakers of the '50s, '60s and '70s, died Sunday after a long illness. He was 83. Memphis' WREG-TV reported Bland’s death. The…
Of all music criticism's favorite fallacies, few are as entrenched as the notion of superstar succession: that pop icons don't simply evolve and change over time, they are violently usurped, “Golden…
Quincy Jones turns 80 years young on March 14 -- and from his perch high up in Bel-Air with a 180-degree view of Southern California, he can look back at one of the most improbable careers in show…
Carole King epitomized the singer-songwriter in its heyday and beyond
Even with 40 years at Columbia under his belt, the Boss is still rock's Marathon Man.
Ask Neil Diamond, who receives a star today on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the secret to his longevity and his answer is refreshingly simple: "Just work harder than everyone else."
Armed only with a computer and some chutzpah, a longshot snuck through the back door and into the Grammy Awards competition this year.